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TTIE OMAHA DAILY HEE: FRIDAY, MAY 4, lfWVl.
A new snd popular" million of 8!r Hor
ace Flunfcett's Important work, "Ireland
In ths New Century," hai been put on the
market, ths Idea belna; to get It within the
reach of the mssses that It sua-gestlons
may reach the people for whoss good It la
Intended. In thla work Blr Horace atrlkea
at what he considers the root of the Irleh
question and by hla conclusions haa arouaed
a considerable atorm of controversy In
Ireland. He la especially assailed by lead
era of the national party and to some ex
tent by the ptieeta of the Roman Catholic
faith. In anawer to theae crltlca he haa
appended an epilogue to the popular edi
tion In which he defenda hla utterances
and replies to the aeperalona of hla crltlca.
Tha work Itself la one of value, being the
profound convlctlona of a man, Irleh him
self, who haa the deepest Interest In the
people of the Inland and apparently tha
moat alncere draire to aee them restored to
their political and economic preatlge. Ha
does not spare the pride of any or the
feellnga of the politicians, but goes straight
at tha facta as he finds them and dis
cusses all topics plainly. It la a work that
will be appreciated both by the student
and the casual reader. It la published In
London by John Murray and In New York
by Messrs. Dutton Co.
Representative of the "Indiana rronp" of
writers at Its best Is the Reader for May,
this being an "Indiana number" of the
magaslne. Not In the sense of being a
"write up" of tha state, though this la
the Idea a special number generally con
veye. The May Reader Is an "Indiana
number" because it Is written by native
Indlanlans or by those who adopted the
state and were adopted by It at an age
so early as to Identify their whole lives
with Hooslerdom. And not alone is It the
product of Indiana writers, but the Illus
trators whose work appears in this number
are also Hooslera who have "made good"
In their more docoratlve department of
literature. An added feature of great
attractiveness Is the reproduction In full
color of examples of the best work of four
members of the "Indiana group" of artlsta.
Reviewing "American Politics," In tha
April-June Forum, Henry Litchfield West
ahowa how It la practically impossible for
any member of congress to organise a
force which will stand against the all
powerful Influence of the president and
the speaker of the house.
The May World's Work publishes under
the general title of "Selling Diseased
Meat," a symposium of articles that re
veals startling and unhealthful conditions
In the Chicago packing industry. It la not
literature of exposure, or peraonal scan
dal, but a description of a wretched sys
tem that menacea public health.
Tom Watson In an editorial In his maga
slne, reviewa Upton Sinclair's book, "The
Jungle," and incidentally gives socialism
some hard raps; In an editorial, "What's
the Constitution Between Friends V he
points out the government's paternalism
toward the Whisky trust and national
bankers; and In "Just Campaign Lies,"
he again reviews the pending Georgia
. Something new in the line of books has
just come to our table. It is a little
volume entitled "Over One Hundred Ways
to Work One's Way Through College."
It Is written by Shelby A. Moran of the
Ann Arbor Michigan High school, and Is
designed to furnish practical auggesttons
to young men and women, without means,
who wish to work their way through col
lege or university. The presidents of
over 100 of the leading colleges and uni
versities in this country have ordered
copies of the book, published by the Uni
versity Press, Ann Arbor, Mich!
Ws have heard a good deal about tha
work of Governor Folk of Missouri In the
various tnogaslnes recently, but until the
current number of Smith's appeared we
have not heard a stogie word from Folk
himself. "We Are at the Beginning of
a Movement for Higher Ideals" is the title
of the paper which opens the magaslne.
It contains the personal views of Governor
Folk on our publlo policies, and is an In
teresting and hopeful comment on present
conditions. For a year at least magaslne
publishers all over the country have been
making an effort to get Folk to contribute
to their pages. He represents the clean
and honest publlo feeling of a large part
of the community, and anything that be
has to mj m public questions to of parav
"Will the Coming Man Marry T" la s
question which grrrea opportunity to Dr.
Madison C. Peters, popular lecturer and
pastor of the Baptist church of the
Epiphany, Madison evenue. New York, for
a collection of very readable papers on
tha art of how to be happy though mar
ried. He deplores the present tendency
of women toward extravagance In dress
and "gadding," and censures their better
halves no leas for encouraging theae
demoralising pursuits. The book Is prac
tical without being tedious, and is in
tended to encourage happiness by com-
monsense advice to old and young;, mar
ried and single. It is full of suggestions
for making everyday life easy and will
be an inspiration to many. Published
by the John C Winston company.
"Waats Not. Want Not Stories," retold
by Clifton Johnson, Is Intended for the
third reader grade. Thla latest addition
to the Eclectic School Reading Series con
tains ntne stories from Marta Kdgeworfh's
"Parents' Assistant" Probably no stories
ever written for children are more whole
some, or have been more widely enjoyed.
than those in Miss Edgeworth's book.
They are dramatic, and arouse hope, fear
and curiosity; they are all written with
a purpose, and teach thrift and honesty.
Industry and manliness. These qualities
have been carefully preserved by Mr.
Johnson, while in the retelling he haa
eliminated the superabundance of moral
islng and the preachiness which make the
original book somewhat old-fashioned.
American Book company la the publisher.
The above books at lowest retail prices.
Matthews. 121 South Fifteenth street.
We'll Show You
The tsit 6 cent
ciar you ever
blend of filler,
binder and Su
matra w r a li
ps r. Looks and
mokes like a
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An All Tobacco Sc Clear.
11X2-34 St flaxy' Ave-. Omaha. Nab.
GREATER VALUES FRIDAY FOR
Imported Sample Lengths
7 to 10 lengths alike, enough for
entire dresses or skirts, the high
est class cliifTon pannnia. wool
taffeta, fancy cord mohair and
worsteds suitings and
hundreds of the best
cloths made, black,
gray and all colors,
Many thousanda of dainty silk and
wool suitings and WHlstlngs,
rloths and suitings for skirts and
children's dresses, black f
and every fashionable llC
color, at, each length
Danish cloth, cream, black and
colors. 6 to 15 yard lengths f)r
in Annex, at, yard I WW
Fine wash goods, closing out bro
ken lines cream and all Mir
colors, in Annex, yard "
ffip French Flowered Organdies. B,
10 and 15 yard remnants,
at, per yard ICJW
Remnants of Laces
Wash and Trimming Laces In remnants and factory ends vala, tor
chons, net top, etc. In a variety of widths, ' Cm
at, per yard iC"JC" 2
Embroideries and Insertings In medium widths all patterns are new
and desirable new lots on bargain square 1flt
at, per yard aaC- aC-IUC
Remnants and odd lots of iaces and embroideries f I
In basement, at, per yard . liC
Finest quality Mercerised Sateens,
black and colors, suitable for
skirls, lining purposes, etc. a
very servireaDie quality
and worth 35c a yard
sale Friday at a yard...
Remnants of Mercerized White
Walsting; 40-Inch fancy Apron
Uwni, striped Dress Swiss, made
10 sen at oouDie
this price Friday at
36-inch light and dark Dress Per
slrable cales, good grade, all desirable
styles for house dresses
Plain and fancy striped and
checked Dress Ging
hams, finest quality. In
long, useful lengths, yd.
Sheer India Llnona, 40-Inch Vic
toria Lawns this quality would
be cheap at 15c yard one
at a. vard v
New I .awns for waists and dresses.
up-to-date printings, big
bargain for Friday at
10,000 yards ' best grade Drapery
Sllkollne remnants, the regular
12Hc quality, sale Friday
Remnants of Amoskeag checked
Apron Ginghams. fsncy dress
Olnghams would be splendid val
ues for lOo. yard sale r'rl- y j
day, beginning at 1:80, J0C
at a yard.
Boys' $5.00 Combination Suits, at $3.45 Norfolk or doublo
breasted suits, with extra pair bloomer or Knlcker- r 4 n
bocker pants, pure all wool material, none to be equalled f
for leas than $5.00; Friday.
Boys' Si tu) pons; silk shirt QQn
waist hlousps -C7W
Bovs' tl.OO niadrss or French ROc
percale shirt waist blouses...
Boys' 6oo percale 25c
IS THE BASEMENT
Men's $7.50 and $10 Spring
Suits, short lota from our reg
ular suits base
ON SALE IN TUB BASEMENT
Shoes for School Boys and Girls
Shoes for boys, all
Box ralf or viol kid
shoes for the smaller
sollrl box fair or
kangaroo calf, sixes
sises 1 to
Going To Move?
If so, you can aend your car
pets, tugs, portieres, lace cur
tains, etc., to us and we will
clean them for you and deliver
them to your new address Just
when you are ready for them.
1313 Jones tit. Tel. ltouglas-036.
Remnants of Silks
t.ono yards of plain weave and
fancy silk remnants, are the odds
and short ends left over from our
recent silk sales.
Main Floor Two bargain squares
filled with choice lengths taf
fetas, fancy suitings, peau ds
Cygne, black taffeta. Radium
silks, etc., worth up to $1.25 a
yard, at, per yard
Basement One table of fancy
foulards, peau de cupld, pongee
silk, eollennes, white and colored
summer silks value up f
to 75c a yard, at, per j(J
Plack Rustling Taffeta 20 Inches
wide, perfect In every 111
way and will wear well, w i
at, a yard
Mill ends of fine Merceriied Table
Damask, In lengths of 1H to 4
yard, worth 5nc to Too f
a yard, on bargain j(J
square at a yard
Mill remnants good quality Union
Crash Toweling, the reg-
ular 5c kind, at a oC
Drummers' sample pieces of
Linen Table Damask, suit
able for napkins, tray
cloths, etc., at each
Remnants of all kinds of Table
Damask in tablecloth lengths at
less than coat to Import.
Odds and Ends oT
And Foliage all kinds Roses,
buds and ftarnl-A TC.
ture bunch. . . lUC'swtJC
: A Great ' Sale of
Held Saturday at Brandels.
SEE THE WINDOWS.
FRIDAY WILL BE A DAY OF
1 EXTRA BARGAINS
H je& w 9 - a a marvwaiv m
Friday's Buyers Will Sava Money
BASE BALL and BAT FREE wlUnWTT
Boys' $3.50 and $4 Knee Pants Suits
$1.981,000 suits in this lot, strictly all
wool Scotch cheviot,, 2-piece
double-breasted style, pants are
reinforced, patent waist band
Boys Clothing, in Basement
Boys' fiOc all wool knee pants, OQp
in basement J
Boys' Brownie overalls, 22c
Boys' 12.50 Russian suits, ages f fCi
3 to 7. at U-
IN THE BASEMENT
1,000 pairs of men's $2 and
2.f0 Pants, made of atrong
Scotch cheviots in
in basement at....
Shoes for the school
girl, all solid, every
pair guaranteed, at
mum auvsl taMUM TBT TWXSL
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OMAHA WKATIIFH FOKKCT Frtda-. Fair Warmer. U
RED HOT BARGAINS FRIDAY
FROM THE BIG BURNS STOCK
The rounding up begins Friday. Make it the biggest
sales day of this unprecedented crockery event. We slash
the prices more vigorously than ever. Come Friday and see.
Raging bargains in high grade Chinaware, Glassware,
Statuary and Bric-a-Brac.
Haviland, Pouyat, Doulton,
ware, Burns' prices ran up
$25, down to $12, $9 and
JUGS! JUGS! JUGS!
U1 sorts and sizes, old fashioned, funny
looking, plain and every-day-like
all kinds Jugs, from 50c down f i
rhese prices being but one-third of
Boullion Cups Very dainty and deli
Mite, thin as a bee's wing, fragile: all
kinds from the best makers in the world, from dainty little
thimble looking boullion cups to the big, superb -'miniature
punch -bowl." Burns prices were something like these, $36
a dozen, $28 a dozen, $25 a dozen our prices go this way
$36 a dozen set for $15. $15 dozen set for $6.
$12 dozen set for $5.
These Boullion Cups Should Sell With a Rush.
CUPID AND PSYCTIF Case and all. Cupld and Tsyclie is a piece of
Italian marble; wings of Cupid are as perfect as a pigeon's wing,
Psyche is fall of bewitching charm. The marble is placed inside a
tinge globe of glas, 18 inches high by 12 broad at t f f
base Burns' price was 22 will be sold to the first III 1 1 1 1
comer Friday for. ,
DRY GOODS SECTION
Ladies' Silk Wraps Eton Jackets, neatly trimmed, satin C O C
lined, new sleeve, at $9.90, $8.95 and DJ)
Ladies' Semi-Pony Coat 24 Inches long, trimmed yoke, C CI "
pleated body, soft fine taffeta silk, at J,J
Ladles' Full Box Silk Coats 27 inches long, pleated body, 4 f Qfl
trimmed with heavy baby Irish lace, oil boiled silk, at JJ3
Ladles' Other Silk and Silk Lace Cats Elegant models in black cham
pagne and cream, finest taffeta silks, lined and unllned, all over
lace braids. Bilk lined and cloth of gold, prices $50, $35, f
$25, $22jB0, $16.50, $15, $14.50 and ls2.?U
Confirmation and Commencement Drnsses We are showing the most
complete line of white dresses for girls and misses In lawn, or
gandy, Brussels, plain and dotted, and fancy colored C OC
organdies prices from $36 down to ...,0,J3
HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION! We wish to call your special atten
tion to our complete stock of house dresses, kimonos, aprons, sun
bonnets, dust caps and garden gloves. We can make our price fit
your purse. Come and see them.
Remnant ltibbon Sale, Friday 1,000 remnants of ribbons, all widths
and qualities, in 1 yard to 4 yard lengths, worth to
25c a yard sale price, a remnant UC
Ladies' Hose Supporters, 10c Lisle elastic side supporters, pin top,
felt protection button. In a full range of colors, worth f Hf
25c a pair Friday's sale, a pair IUC
Ladies' Undervests, Sc Five gross gauze vests, fine ribbed, low f
neck, no sleeves, taped bust, reg. 10c value. Friday only, each. . JC
RemnantA Wool Press Goods Owing to immense sales in dress goods
department for the past 2 months, we have accumulated a lot of rem
nants, from 1 to 6 yards in length, all this season's make all colors,
all styles on sale Friday in two lots:
LOT 1 Good sold up to one dollar a yard C
will go at, per yard JV
LOT 2 Goods sold up to two dollars and fifty cents a yard, fl
will go at, per yard ,.,
Very Special Remnants of cream mountain serges, suitable for skirts
and jackets, not a piece In this lot worth less than Oo
$1.50 yard Friday only, a yard JUC
Lace and Embroidery Remnants, 5c Odd lot of fine lace and embroid
ery remnants in 1 to 3 yard lengths, worth to 25c yard C
Friday 10 to 11 a. m., special, a remnant '. JC
Mill End Embroideries Cheaj) Friday offers a big lot of fine embroid
ery edges, insertions and headings, in 4 to 7 yard lengths, C
worth 10c to 25c yd., remnant price, Friday, yard, 10c, 7 He, JC
Friday Bargain in Gloves Ladles' superior lisle thread gloves, 'JCf
in black and white, 2 buttons sale price, Friday, pair. . : . . . &JG
Cheap Sale of Neckwear Ladles' fancy lace stocks, wash stocks and
fancy trimmed stocks, slightly mussed from handling, regu-
lar 2 5c -value, special Friday, each ..OC
Irish linen Handkerchiefs, 10c Ladles' unlaundered, hand embroid
ered initial, pure Irish linen, narrow hemstitched, worth f
19c each sale price Friday, each IUC
25c Face Veilings, 5c Fine chiffon, fancy dotted veilings and plain and
fancy net veilings, with or without dots, good line of colors, C
worth 15c to 25c a yard Friday special, a yard JC
Big Sale of Short lngths Friday All the short lengths of our new
spring suitings and walstlngs, 2 4 to 9 yards in a piece, C)
that sold op to 60c a yard Friday, a yard IOC
100 pieces of fine colored lawns, pretty styles f
Friday, per yard JC
1,000 yards of 8-4 and 9-4 sheetings, extra heavy quality, un- 1 ft-,
bleached, worth 25c and 27c yd., big lengths, Friday, yard only. IJC
1,000 yards fine bleached muslin, 36 Inches wide, worth 10c f
a yard Friday at, per yard . JC
Special sale Saturday of laces, neckwear and face veilings at less
than half price. Friday night papers for full particulars.
Money-Savin j Sales Daily.
Bi Sales-Small Profits.
ROSE BUSH SALE,
rrldsy mo rain r ws plaos oa ssJs
l.Oiu KOSK til SHKa AriSuK 1 tD:
8HJCRMAN CRAWFORD, WASHING
TON. JOHN KKT8. CAPRICE, MME.
QABRIKU MME. GABRIEL. LC1ZKT.
EACH 'MC ISC
TWO-THOl'SAND J-LB. CANS BEN
NETT'S BREAKFAST 4Hc
And SiKty Green Tradln Stamps.
This Stiei'la! Ofter for Friday Ouly.
BARKET-FIRED JAPAN, A fin.
BPL.ENDIU VALU E. LU OW
And Forty Green Trading; Stamps. '
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X 1 I - I j J-. I II
STAMPS ETUI TIME
Last lot stem goods will be sold Friday
Wines, Liqueurs, Clarets, Champagnes,
Goblets, Tumblers, etc., very finest line of
Glassware yet produced Burns' price cut
to shreds per dozen, $15, $10, P AA
$7, $6 and eUU
DINNER WARE! DINNER WARE I
Sold eight magnificent sets Wednesday
three before 9 a. m. Twelve sets out for sale
Royal Worcester Decorated
to $55, our prices 7 AA
w e v v
Specials In Hardware
THB DAJTOI.EB TIB OV1 aCTsT.
UTB OAS) sVAJlOB BATXl 30 IX
SPECIAL BET COOXnrO UTEST
SIX.S WITH EACH OSDZ1 TO
TOTES THIS WEEK.
SEE THEM DEMOBTSTHATES.
THE PHILADELPHIA LAWN
MOWER BEST MADE if 7c
from $17.50 to J. J
And Double Green Trading; Stamps.'
GRASS CATCHER, special. JO
Extra large Grass Catcher, C4
Extra good Grass Shears, C
And Twenty Green Trading- Stamp.
RUBBER HOSE, 60 ft. lengths, com
plete with spray noxxle, every piece
guaranteed, at $7.60, $ 00, A 50
And Double ' Green" Trading Stamp
BybEMOWBTmATIOsT OF A
BMTOt BAD WOSI .
fti.T vT.nni stats roa
FLOOBLB, DOOMS AD ALL KIMI!
Or WOODWORK. MAXES THEM
LOOK kTTEJt THA SI SW.
COMES IBT TaUTXJf H1TTZM
iiouble green trading stamps on all
paints and varnishes.
We Will Save
on Wall Paper
Cet Our Prices
THI RELJABLK STARE
Remnant Day Bargain Bulletin
Every Item A Specially Attractive Value
Four Specially Attractive
Lot 1. Over 5.(100 vsrds of nlsln snd fancy
silks will go at, 1Kr
per yard IO"
Lot 1. Remnants of hlirh frrade silks In
lengths from to 6 vards. both plnin
colors and fancies Frldav 1f)r
only. at. yard
Lot S Hnndsnme novelty silks In dots,
checks and stripes great range OCr
of colors, at, yard
Lot 4. Plain Taffeta. Pongees and fancy
Suitings worth fm 75c In si, at, lllp
per yard... JJ
High Grade Wash
IN THE FORENOON.
Ws will sell l.0liO yards of the verv finest
wash g,xd made In lengths from to
U yards. In Organdlns, Batiste, Carreux
Linos, half silk, wash goods and other
kinds too numerous to mention.
Also Scotch Madrasscs, plain figured and
white, white mercerized walstlngs, India
Llnons, Persian Lawns Enulish long
cloths, high grade Satoen linings spun
glass, etc., all will go at. e
jsrd. 1JV, 10c, 74u snd
Another large remnant sale In the after
moon. COME EARLY.
Wool Dress Goods
10.000 of wool dress goods, silk and wool
etc., that sold at $1. tz and $3 yard, will
go on sale, at, yard OCi
4o. 29c and.
dress goods sale In the
Remnants of 16c, double width Cara-'11
eron, dress plaids, at. yard "I
Remnants of Shuc Outing Flannel. 11
at, yard OJC
Remnants of 16c. best made Sllkollne, fi
at, yard OC
Remnants of lRc and IRc Drapery, Qir
Sateens and Cretonnes, at, vard....'!'
Remnants of 25c Art Ticking, ("Jl
at, yard I2fc
$1.00 Crocheted Bed Spreads, beautl-
rul Marseilles patterns, each
Other Friday Bargain Surprises
$2 FINISHED SOFA PILLOWS, ONLY 76c.
Made of finest satin and fitted with Silk
Floss, a tremendous bargain, 71n
Friday, at a JW
GRANT LACE SALE.
All kinds of Val, Torchon and Plat Val
Wash I-aces, worth lot to 20c yard. In
Our Friday Furnishing Bargains
Are the delight of the economical buyer every week sees values brought forwari
max mean iq saving vu jvu,
LADIES VESTS worth 39c; high neck,
long sleeves, choice 10f
l'Ytday, for 1 "'w
LADIES' JERSEY-RIBBED PANTS worth
39c, lace trimmed, great IvJC
value, at .."-
LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS worth up
to $1.00, both fgular and extra S,e
sises, lace-trimmed, at 60c, 39c and. ""i-''
LADIES' OACZE VEHTS-Plnks, blues and
whites, silk-taped and worth up to 25c,
in three lots, at 10c, 15c CZ,-,
Groceries, Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Butter,
Cheese and Cracker Prices
At Omaha's Greatest Grocery Dept.
21 lbs best pure cane granulated sugar
for , 1100
7-lb. hand picked Navy Beans 26c
Bromangelon or Jello, per pkg Thic
I-lb. package Corn Starch 4c
1-lb. package Macaroni 8I40
1-lb. ran fancy Alaska Salmon 9c
Oil Sardines, per can 34c
1- lb cans assorted soups 5c
2- lb. cans fancy Sweet Sugar Corn 5c
2-lb cans fancy Wax or String beans. ...6c
Fancy California prunes, per id oc
Fancy California peaches, per lb 11c
Fancy California Aprlrors. per lb 12V
Fancy 8-Crown Rsislns, per pkg....
Fancy 8eeded Raisins, per pkg..
The best Soda Crackers, per lb....
Fancy sweet cookies, regular 12Vc
15c per lb. goods, this sale
BUTTER AND CHEESE PRICES.
Fsncy New York White Full "Cream
Cheese, per lb.
The Time to
THE RIGHT FIRM TO BUY YOUR
BUILDING MATERIAL FROM IS
e. B. havens a CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Lime, Cement. Plaster, Sand,
Drick, Sewer Pipe.
We handle only first quality goods. Let as make you prices. '
fKIJi.... m Tt'lJ.. Anal DU.a ... Irm..,-. .v.... fn
I litany 1 It S ui u iuri v
all slse and shapes lS-k.
keen tha ume color all tha
your wedding ring; 'till you
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER. V
We have placed on sale all of our lm ported Socks, with the newest
embroideries and stripes, regular 25c and 30c values, for the balance
of this week, only 15c a pair.
Come early while the assortment is complete.
We are showing extra good value in Summer Underwear for
Ladles, Men and Children. Our prices are always right and styles
PICTORIAL REVIKW MAGAZINE
For June is now ia ready for delivery.
A big new line of Pillow Tops for 25c, all the new designs.
We carry a complete line of Art Needlework. Brainard k Arm
strong Embroidery Silk in all shades. Stamping done ?o order.
The largest line of Yarns in the west.
323 SOUTH SIXTEENTH ST.
Friday in Our
la the Great Domestic Room.
While Madras and Piqua Walstlngs. fn ,
long mill lengths, suitable for waists and I
children's dresses, worth up to C
c yard, at yard
One lot of Wide Waistlng In white, those
Include Madras, NtmiHok. Uno Stripes,
etc., and are worth up to 30o fr
yard; as long as they last, yard
Extra fine sheer India Llnon, In long mill
lengths, sell regularly at 71n
15c and 19c yard, at yard W
Bleached Cambric and Muslin Remnants,
gond lengths, and worth tip to rfi
16c yard, nt yard U f
Rlrached Nainsook and Ixuig Cloth, full v
Isi-inch wide. In factory lengths, sell f 1
regularly up to :.ric yard, at yard... 1 w
Rep Waistlines, In plain wnlte, 40-ln. wide,
extra fine qunlltv, and worth Tlr
16o yard, al yard
Soiled Centerpieces and Dresser Scarfs, all
sixes In plain and hemstitched, made from
art linen and sold up to $1.00
apiece, to close, at each "
Unbleached Muslin, in lenstlis from J to
10 yards, extra heavy, worth Clp
8'c yard, al yard "3"
Table Linen, In lengths from m to 4
yards, blenched and unbleached; these are
goods from our regular stock and sold up to
$1.75 a yard; some are slightly soiled; to
close we will sell at H their regular price.
Toweling, In all Linen and Union Rem
nants; good lengths, suitable for roller
towels. In llrached and un- 11 r
bleached, at yard. SS 60 and " 3
I'nbleached Sheeting, in long mill lengths,
extra wide and heavy, worth U lr
up to 30o yard, at yard ...S'
Percales. In medium and lleht colors, S5-tn.
wide, long mill lengths, worth up Etlf
to 15c yard, at yato J"W
Batiste and I.twns, In all new shades, ex
tra fine quality, long lengths, 71r
worth up to 15c yard, at yard
Percales, In medium, light and dark shades,
extra fine grade, worth fc
15c yard, at yard
Voiles and Wool Effects, In mill lens-ths,
good desirable shades, sell regulsr 7 lr
up to r5c yard, at yard 1"w
Dress and Shirting Gingham. In medium
or light colors, worth I'M: yard,
at yard "w
Percales and Prints, In long mill lengths.
In medium and dark shades, DsC
worth 6Vc yard, at yard "S"
Bundle Remnants of Swiss and Batiste, In
good shades, worth up to lZc' fltC
yard, at yard 1
36c SILK VEILINGS, Sc.
The greatest snap of the season, all purs
silk Vellngs. worth up to (Ec
25c yard, choice, per yard -'w
OTHER EXTRA SPECIALS.
Black Darning Cotton, spool Is
Gold Eye Needles, package t 1-le
$1.50 Shirt Waist Patterns 4o
Big Job Embroideries, yard So
MEN'S BALBRIOOAN SHIRTS In all
sizes, worth regularly up to 60c, tClr
Friday, Ht IVW
MEN'S FANCY HALF HOSE . til-,
worth 25c, Fridayvat pair BJW
Men's and Boys' Suspenders llf
regular 25o values, at pair
FROM 9 TILL 10 A. M Boys' Blouse
Waists, in tine inadrssses, light IQr
or dark colors, choice "irfc
FROM 10 TILL 11 A. M.-Men's fancy Half
Hose, light or dark colors, C
limit of 6 pair to customer, at pair J
Fancy Wisconsin Young America Cheese,
per lb 12Vio
Fancy Brick or Limburger Cheese, per
Neufchatel Cheese, each 3o
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter, per
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS,
Large Brazil Cncoantits, each. ......... ..3Ho
Large Juicy lemons, per dos L'c
2 measures fresh roasted peanuts.
t Duncnes iresn naaisnes...
3 bunches Asparagas
6 bunches Pie Plant
6 hunches Onions
2 heads lettuce
Fresh Peas, per lb
Fresh Wax or String beans,
Large Cucumbers, each
Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, per lb
per lb 10c.
210 South 16th Street.
vi 11 b c i 1 iir-atr j 11 -f-
la the popular a;rad will f y
years to come. Don't buv V
see ua. Loolc for the name. J'
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